INGREDIENTS FOR SPACE TRAVEL (EPISODE 1) CMP 246 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes This program stresses the need for regenerative systems for space travel. Regenerative systems for water and oxygen are explained in detail, and astronauts are shown in a free-space simulator device. Oxygen recovery and thermal control systems are also examined. Topic: Space travel
ON A HUNT On a tall drive up the mount Surrounded by stars we count I’ve got something to tell you about the desert: Underneath oblivion, We race into space It’s cold but the engine keeps us warm On A Hunt Searching for a real atmosphere We’re On A Hunt Drive due north until the clearing Who are we meeting? You ask with telepathy In this dark age, in this moon spray Tonight, I say, is the night for our getaway, getaway, getaway We’re on a hunt for transcendence and meaning….... Topics: Apocalypse, Space Travel
This episode of Destination Tomorrow highlights radiation protection efforts underway by NASA. It focuses on how NASA plans to tackle radiation problems for travel to the Moon and Mars. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, space travel, radiation
The Space Travel Screensaver Go on a voyage into a stunningly realistic solar system.The Space Travel ScreensaverThe Space Travel Screensaver, the space travel screensaver, the space travel screensaver downloadVersion 1.0The Space Travel Screensaver The Space Travel Screensaver * MEDIAFIREParents is expected to get up and dance with their child so this is not the The Space Travel Screensaver class for moms and dads whom like to sit back plus observe. There is furthermore human interaction... Topic: The Space Travel Screensaver Download
"What lies ahead of you is the investigation of the crater-gnawed Moon and the landing on Mars. You are expected to penetrate into the hotbed furnace of Venus, install stations on the satellites of the big planets and probe the opaque atmosphere of Jupiter and Saturn. You are going to study the Sun, near-Sun and interstellar space, and then the innumerable stars. By examining them one by one you will learn that some of the stars are very much the same as the Sun, while others are quite... Topics: space travel, spaceships, space, planets
Space travel is quickly becoming part of private enterprise, with several entrepreneurs developing technologies that will enable future space flight. On this program, Michael Belfiore discussed the development of the privatized space industry. Topics: science, space travel, private enterprise Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Dave Brodbeck and Dan Trachtenberg join us again to predict how we will travel the stars and become the aliens, or we just will never leave Earth and explore the universe of our minds. Topics: predictions, future, futuristics, alien, space travel, earth
The only way to stop overpopulation is by stopping the drugs. Drugs are food, no food, no sex, no people. Drugs are supplied by Mexico, which are sold by the White people, who sell guns to Mexico to control the competition. The drugs are in such large demand that they prop up the banks, which have occurred since the beginning of time, even with America's birth, via Britian's loan to stabilize the colonies. With the civil war, america turned into a corporation, that is why corporations run... Topics: overpopulation solutions, populution, real space travel
Maurice F. Allward & John W. R. Taylor Rockets & Space Travel Ian Allan Ltd 1956 Acrobat 7 Pdf 7.45 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Rockets, Missiles, Space Station, Space Travel
INGREDIENTS FOR SPACE TRAVEL (EPISODE 1) CMP 246 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes This program stresses the need for regenerative systems for space travel. Regenerative systems for water and oxygen are explained in detail, and astronauts are shown in a free-space simulator device. Oxygen recovery and thermal control systems are also examined. Topics: Space travel, Oxygen recovery, thermal systems
A spaceship is drawn towards a planet populated by tiny people where the atmosphere shrinks the astronauts as well. This film was featured on the television program Mystery Science Theater 3000. You can find an MP4 of this film here. You can find out more about this film on its IMDB page. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: sci-fi, MST3K, space travel
A book about space travel by a professor of physics who had his own TV show in 1959. The book is dated, but most of the material has aged well and Dr. Posin is an entertaining writer. The Stanford copyright database shows renewals for several of Dr. Posin's books, but not this one. Topics: Space, Space Travel, Venus, Mars, Planets, UFOs
FED: GIVE US ALL YOUR GOLD, SILVER AND MONEY OR DIE! ENDER: NO ONE REALLY DIES, YOU EITHER BURN IN HELL FOREVER OR LIVE IN HEAVEN FOREVER. WHAT'S WRONG, NEED TO PAY YOUR ILLICIT DRUG SUPPLIER? It's a well known fact, the Federal Reserve is run on drug money. And illicit drugs make people do things like eat their children's eyes out or gun down people in movie theatres! SHAME ON YOU, FED! GO READ THE BIBLE, SATAN SPAWN! FED: Yes, movies like Mark Millar's Kick-*** are what help fuel our sinful... Topics: space travel, end the fed, spaceship, battle
Reflections on Psalm 139:2 in Klingon and English. SoH Sov wIj sitting bIng je wIj rising Dung. SoH perceive wIj thoughts vo' afar. You know my sitting down and my rising up. You perceive my thoughts from afar. Psalm 139:2 It's easier than you may think to get into space. True, missions to the planets and beyond are pretty costly. Still, there are ways to hitch a ride - and you don't even need Ford Prefect's electonic thumb. For years, I've managed to join missions to Mars, to a comet - even to... Topics: Bible, Klingon, Star Trek, Space Travel
LibriVox recording of The Skylark of Space by E. E. Smith and Lee Hawkins Garby. Read by Phil Chenevert. The Skylark of Space is one of the earliest novels of interstellar travel and is considered a classic of pulp science fiction. Originally serialized in 1928 in the magazine Amazing Stories it is often categorized as the first literary space opera, complete with protagonists perfect in mind, body, and spirit, who fight against villains of absolute evil. (Introduction from wikipedia) For... Topics: librivox, audiobook, science fiction, space travel Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Second star on the right and straight on 'til morning. Once you get there, you can listen to this week's episode of Best of the Best: Space Travel. From Star Trek to other kinds of star trekkin', Andrew and Mark talk about the Best Planets, the Best Songs about Space Travel and our sister podcast: Why Our Girlfriends Hate Us. Topics: Best of the Best, space travel, episode 24, podcast
Dickie Shannon interviews Dr. John Armstrong, Assistant Professor of Physics at Weber State University. Topics discussed: space travel, moon, mars, aliens, exoplanets Topics: space travel, moon, mars, aliens, exoplanets, Dr. John Armstrong
A live improvised jam session recorded in the home studio of Will Isbey on Feb. 17, 2012. Recorded at 44 khz/16 bit on a Zoom H2 digital stereo recorder. Will Isbey (guitar, synths), Aaron Rivera (bass, synths), Nick Krause (drums, synths), and Jeff Archer (guitar, bass, synths). Topics: Jams, Improv, Psychedelic, Space Travel, Trippy, Ear Candy, Interstellar Exploration
In the 22nd century violence has been all but bred out of humans. The Luna penal colony is culled to find four people who might commit mass murder to save mankind from a deadly plague. Topics: plague, murder, sci-fi, murderers, space travel, missles
In this 1960 story by Poul Anderson government is not to be trusted. A group who believe in openness and transparency has elected to leave and are aboard a fleet of 15 vessels on a 40 year voyage to the only inhabitable planet discovered so far. A message is received from earth indicating changes have taken place that make returning an option. In this story the realities of space travel are treated accurately. Acceleration and deceleration take serious amounts of time and energy. The fleet is... Topics: Space travel, Sci-Fi, colonists, Pohl Anderson, politics, audio book
joH'a' DichDaq pol lIj ghoS pa' je lIj choltaH Daq, vo' vam poH vo', je forevermore. The LORD will keep your going out and your coming in, from this time forth, and forevermore. Psalm 121.8 Visit the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C., and you'll see some historic air and space craft. From Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis to Apollo 11, that carried the first men to walk on the moon. At the entrance to the museum it struck me - as you gaze on Mercury, Gemini and Apollo... Topics: Space Travel, Psalms, Klingon, Science Fiction, Star Trek, Bible
The author, Yu. A. Shkolenko, is a doctor of philosophy and a journalist. In his book he has com-bined reflections on the fundamental processes occurring in the space age with a lively description of the everyday, practical aspect of cosmonautics. He takes the reader into the cabin of a spaceship, into the living module of an orbital station, shows him the experiments performed by the cosmonauts, and then offers him a glimpse, through the porthole, of the earth and other nearby planets, and of... Topics: space, space travel, space ship, astronauts, cosmonauts, planets
General Charles Duke successfully piloted Apollo 16 to the moon in 1972. One of only 12 men to walk on the moon, Duke became an instant hero. Life at home, however, was anything but successful. In this recording, Charles and his wife Dotty describe their personal quests for meaning to life and how they found it in a Man who walked the earth. Topics: Charlie Duke, Space travel, Moon walk, Faith, Life Story
chugh jIH ascend Dung Daq chal, SoH 'oH pa'. chugh jIH chenmoH wIj bed Daq the Daq vo' the Heghpu', yIlegh, SoH 'oH pa'! If I ascend up into heaven, you are there. If I make my bed in the place of the dead, behold, you are there! Ps 139:8 Artificial intelligence developers speak of something called the "Horizon Effect" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horizon_effect). When programming a game - like chess or checkers - they discovered that as a program looked ahead and evaluated its... Topics: Klingon, Bible, Psalms, Science Fiction, Star Trek, Space Travel
LibriVox recording of And Then the Town Took Off, by Richard Wilson. Read by Tom Weiss The town of Superior, Ohio, certainly was living up to its name! In what was undoubtedly the most spectacular feat of the century, it simply picked itself up one night and rose two full miles above Earth! Radio messages stated simply that Superior had seceded from Earth. But Don Cort, stranded on that rising town, was beginning to suspect that nothing was simple about Superior except its citizens. Calmly they... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: LibriVox, audiobooks, science fiction, sci-fi, space, space travel Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
LibriVox recording of Countdown, by Kurt Becker, S.J.. Read by Maria Therese. The first flight to outer space became an actual fact – Mars would be the first stop. But before the spaceship took off, two insane enemies almost succeeded in preventing the departure. This science fiction story for teens was written by a Catholic priest. (Summary from the original jacket and Maria Therese) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other... Topics: librivox, audiobook, teen, Catholic, fiction, science fiction, space travel, rocket Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
A poem Written by David in 2006 about the possible arrival of a new Messiah on Earth, but instead, from another planet (Alien) Topics: POETRY, Alien, Astral, Space Travel, JESUS, GOD-LIKE, Debate, Pagan-Messiah, Belief, 2006, David R...
Atmospheric Space travel Piece. Played on midi keyboard and mixed in Wapepad Masters Edition. A sort of Establishing shot tune for an imaginary science fiction movie! Topics: space, science, fiction, atmospheric, movie, imaginary, outer space, space travel, midi, keyboard,...
Welcome to the seventy-sixth episode of the Short Science Podcast! Join Elizabeth, Katie, Jan and Lizzie for all the very best science in brief! We kick off the podcast with a few prominent science news headlines from the week, including: - large hadron collider creates mini big bang - raise statin doses to save lives - sawfly moves to Scotland - smokers cling to cigarettes in recession - remote tribes at risk from expedition - hospitals to trial padded floor - UK space sector bucking recession... Topics: Short Science, Elizabeth Hauke, Katie Draper, Jan Piotrowski, Lizzie Crouch, Space Travel,...
Doktor K showcases his/her own versatile artistic talents in a short blast-off into deep space. A vibrant, whimsical tale of a German space captain- perpetually engrossed in a Flensburg newspaper- and his love affair with his vessel. A potential sociological study providing a glimpse into the intimate lives of Germans, astronauts, and German astronauts. All artwork by Doktor K. Music by The Postal Service. Topics: drawing, paint, sketch, art, space travel, germans, germany, space, viking, vikings, the postal...